Can anyone offer some advice on what I'm doing wrong while hunting? I've hunted everything since I was a kid from rabbit, quail, grouse, squirell, to geese and coyotes. Always had good luck. I started hunting deer about five years ago. I hunted with a .50 muzzleloader with iron sights the first four years for the challenge and to make sure I didn't get buck fever and try a bad long shot or get goofy and try to shoot at a running deer. This year I put a straight 4 power scope on the rifle to help compensate for my eye problems. I've killed a doe every year on the last day of muzzleloader season but never had a good shot at a nice buck. The last 2 years I've hunted on 80 perfect acres. (according to everything I've read and seen on T.V.) I had better luck hunting various enemy in different countries while in the ARMY'S 2SOG than I have on my deer sign covered 80 acres. I always move very slow through the woods (partly because of my combat disabilities and experience being quiet) I try to be scent free and watch the wind, I've set up in several areas on the property but have not seen any bucks while on stand. Anyway I'm rambeling on I'll shut up and wait for some advice. P.S. anyone hunt in Putnam county??